This first song is still kind of a rough mix, a little demo of the song, I hope to record it much better in the future. Death Row is a song I recorded about a year ago when i borrowed my friends Ben's 8 track recorder, I'll also re-record it, most likely. I'm a 19 year old Sophomore at Duquesne University. Songwriting is basically my passion. I've been playing guitar for about 5 years, and writing songs since about a month after that. I write cool songs, about God, girls, and whatever is in my... Topic: Stephen Foster
All music is electronic, and played by me on my Korg Keyboards and Drum machines I played lead guitar in rock and roll bands for many years. Then I decided to switch from guitar to keyboards. It was then, that I started writing my own songs, and went nuts. I write every day. I deeply love music of all kinds, and my songs reflect that. Some are Latin, funk, slow, rockin' And jazzy. Topic: J Stephen Foster
Composition Licence: This MP3 (or other media file) is in the public domain because its copyright has expired. This applies to the United States, where Works published prior to 1978 were copyright protected for a maximum of 75 years. See Circular 1 "COPYRIGHT BASICS" PDF from the U.S. Copyright Office. Works published before 1923, in this case by Stephen Foster 1851 are now in the public domain. Performance Licence: This MP3 (or other media file) is in the public domain because its... Topics: Stephen Foster, Swanee Ribber, Suwannee River
This recording contains "Web Wizard" Mike Elam's guest appearance on Barry Sultanoff's weekly Mana'o Radio show on Wednesday, October 27, 2010. Mike spent an hour playing a selection of songs from a CD entitled Beautiful Dreamer: The Songs of Stephen Foster by artists such as John Prine, Roger McGuinn, Mavis Staples, The Duhks, and others. Topic: manao radio barry sultanoff web wizard mike Stephen Foster
"We Are Coming, Father Abraham" by Stephen Foster. Performed February 16, 2009 at The Music Center at Strathmore. Col. Michael J. Colburn, conducting; Gy.Sgt. Kevin Bennear, baritone. From http://marineband.usmc.mil/audio_resources/web_exclusives/index.htm. Topics: stephen foster, civil war, marine band, abraham lincoln
As he struggles for just the right words to a song he wrote, composer Stephen Foster falls in love with his fiance's sister. You can read more about this film on it's IMDb page. This movie is already on the internet archives, but I've reformatted it so that it will embed and play with no errors. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: musical, biographic, Stephen Foster, Ray Middleton, Bill Shirley
Barry Sultanoff hosts a radio program on Maui's own listener-supported Manao Radio (KEAO 91.5 FM) every Wednesday morning from 6:00 to 10:00 AM. This four-part recording is from the broadcast on Wednesday, December 22, 2010. This show included an appearance by Web Wizard Mike playing a selection of songs from a CD entitled Beautiful Dreamer: The Songs of Stephen Foster performed by artists such as John Prine, Mavis Staples, The Duhks, Roger McGuinn and others. Topic: manao radio barry sultanoff web wizard mike stephen foster
This is an audio recording of the song "The Old Kentucky Home" (Adapted) - by Stephen Foster 1853. Recited by Grant Raymond Barrett. Thank you for listening! Topic: Abraham Lincoln American Folk song Stephen Foster Grant Barrett
Victor red seal record # 354-8 1828-B Richard Crooks, Tenor, and the balladeers, male quartet Piano acc.-Frank La Forge Banjo-Ralph Colicchio undated Topics: Richard Crooks, tenor, Frank La Forge, Ralph Colicchio, Stephen Foster, brrc
bysung by Fred Feild from historic sheet music, piano is computer generated
Angelina Baker words and music by Stephen C. Foster, 1850 Way down on de old plantation, dah's where I was born I used to beat de whole creation, hoein' in de corn Oh den I work and den I sing, so happy all de day Till Angelina Baker came and stole my heart away Chorus Angelina Baker! Angelina Baker's gone She left me here to weep a tear and beat on the old jawbone Angelina Baker! Angelina Baker's gone She left me here to weep a tear and beat on the old jawbone I've seen my Angelina in de... Topics: Stephen Foster, popular song, piano and vocal, 19th century, 1850s, old-time music
This is a biopic of composer Stephen Foster. For more information, please go to http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0044735/ Topics: Stephen Foster, biopic, composer, feature film, folk music, songwriter, minstrel show, parlor music
byEdgar Meyer, Mark O'Connor, Stephen Foster, Alison Krauss, James Taylor, Yo-Yo Ma
Appalachian Journey is the second album from the string trio of bassist and composer Edgar Meyer, fiddler and composer Mark O'Connor, and cellist Yo-Yo Ma. James Taylor and Alison Krauss join the trio individually on two Stephen Foster songs arranged for the trio. Sony Classical released the disc in 2000. The album joined a number of other recordings released since Appalachia Waltz that continue a new kind of classical music tinged with and influenced by the sounds and structures of America's... Topics: Edgar Meyer, Mark O'Connor, Stephen Foster, Alison Krauss, James Taylor, Yo-Yo Ma
Piano medley played by Ernest L, Stevens (Harry Osborne), consisting of: Listen to the Mockingbird, Darling Nellie Grey. My Old Kentucky Home, Old Folks at Home, Down Upon the Swanee River. Songs credited to Foster, Hanby and Walton. Stevens recorded extensively for Edison. Recorded from an Edison Diamond Disc #8386, remastered here by Dewey for DewChazz Productions. Whizbang!! Topics: Whizbang!!, Medly, Stephen Foster, Benjamin Hanby, Jason Walton, Edison Diamond Disc, Darling...
Poet and scholar Jeffery Donaldson turns the tables on Art Waves host Bernadette Rule in this episode, as he interviews her about her collection of poems, Earth Day in Leith Churchyard: Poems in Search of Tom Thomson (Seraphim Editions, 2016). The program closes with four songs: Hard Times sung by Thomas Hampson; Tom Thomson's Mandolin by Bob Yates; Shining Birch Tree by Wade Hemsworth; and Brush & Paddle by Ian Tamblyn. Topics: Tom Thomson, Jeffery Donaldson, Owen Sound, Leith, Don McKay, Kitty Lewis, Carys Ryan, Winnifred...